San Francisco, January 30, 2007
NRI Ajmer Singh Hothi, 23 was found dead of gunshot wounds inside
a semi truck around 7:30 p.m. in the 1800 block of South Broadway
Avenue, Stockton, San Joaquin, California, Tuesday evening,. The
police did not know of a motive for the killing and said no arrests
had been made.
According to local media, he was graduated from Tokay High School
and was making payments on the truck, worked full-time and was
planning to bring his wife to the United States from India.
Kiranjit Hothi , his 21 years old sister said that she went
to search for her brother Tuesday evening when he failed to return
home or answer his phone. She further said, "Around 6:30
or 6:45, I and my mother went to the place, where he parks his
truck. We got there and saw the door open. I said, 'Mom, something's
wrong,'" she said. "I tried to wake him. He was blue
and saw blood on his face and bullet holes through his shirt."
One caller from Stockton, Mr. Surinder told us that according
to the local news pear, Ajmer singh was in tense situation from
his ex-girl friend's family who pressure him to marry their daughter
but he refused.
Somebody placed witchcraft-related on their doorstep ( Witchcraft
label have historically been applied are those which influence another
person's body or property against his or her will, or which are
believed, by the person doing the labeling, to undermine the social
or religious order)